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A fascinating trip into the sewer. . .

New York City in 1960s, like today, had some of the finer things in life.
There’s the Plaza Hotel, Rockefeller Center or a walk through Central Park on a nice day among other things. 401 more words


Public Morals - New TNT Series: Episodes 1-4

Public Morals is the new flagship of the TNT network. Created by Edward Burns, starring Edward Burns, and written by Edward Burns are what the headlines about the show trumpet. 1,277 more words


Public Morals

” Think of us like the land lords, and if you want to be in business… You have to pay rent… ”

Public Morals (2015) 164 more words

My Life

Edward Burns Rescues TNT's Noir-Tinged 'Public Morals' From Cop Drama Cliché

Edward Burns knows his stuff. Public Morals, TNT’s gritty new cop drama, takes place in the ’60s (though there are elements of earlier decades as well) and has fun with the dialogue, the costumes, the expensive cars, and the similarities to the multiple familiar noir stories that came before it. 553 more words


The Watchers Aug. 24-30: Thievery, bakery, James Marsden and Pablo Escobar. Now that's a party!

Monday, Aug. 24

The Great Train Robbery (SuperChannel, 9 p.m.)

This four-week miniseries is inspired by the 1963 British heist of the Bank Holiday mail train from Glasgow to London. 641 more words


Bart & Fleming: How TV Gives Second Acts To Movie Makers; Journo Eating Disorders; Late Summer Movie Burials

Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this occasional column, two old friends get together and grind their axes, mostly on the movie business. 2,482 more words


TV Review: 'Public Morals'

At first glance, “Public Morals” looks like another well-worn period crime drama — a vanity project from writer-producer-director-star Edward Burns, where too many tough-talking characters sound as if they’re impersonating the late Sheldon Leonard. 518 more words